Friday – Day 5

Cafeteria:
Large slice of 3 cheese pizza, fresh fruit cup and small milk or juice

Athletic fees:
There are still a number of students with athletic fees to come in to Mrs. Steele or to the main office through e-transfer. Coaches will be given a list of players who still owe a fee or a permission form.

Field Hockey:
Darci Reardon had a two goal performance as she helped the Tigers field hockey team to a 3-0 win over Montague  Gwen Costello added the third while Kaelyn Doyle recorded the shut out. Miah Lawlor and Abby Larkin once again held the play in the mid field and Lydia Doyle played a solid game for the team. Well done girls!

Volleyball Club:
The Girls grade 7/8 volleyball club will hold their next session on Wednesday next week. Monday is a holiday so no volleyball that day.

Boys AA Soccer:
The AA boys soccer team is 3 and 0 after a hard fought win vs Queen Charlotte yesterday.   Playing into a brutal wind, Ibrahim Abouassalli scored his first of 2 goals minutes into the game after a cross from Alex Coady.  After Queen Charlotte equalized a few minutes later, Abouassilli scored the goal of the game with a bar down strike from 20 yards to put the Tigers ahead 2-1.  Cam Davidson and Javis Smith played strong minutes to keep the pressure on QC until Chase Bell picked up his 5th in 4 games to seal the 3-1 win.

Boys A Soccer:
The Boys A Soccer team lost to cross town rivals Queen Charlotte yesterday.  Unfortunately scores weren’t available by press time. The team would like to congratulate and send best wishes to graduating players Jeremy Dai and co-captains Owen Baird and Ahmed Albakheet. Mr Dunn and Mr MacSwain would like to thank all the players for their hard work this season. Please wash your uniforms and return to Mrs Steele asap!

Girls A Soccer:
Our Girl’s ‘A’ Soccer Tigers lost a heartfelt battle yesterday in Montague.  We fought hard, and had to battle our opponent, as well as the wind, where we were able to control the game for more than 80% of play.  We showed great teamwork, passing, and competitiveness, but fell short 2-0.  Coach ‘R’, and Coach Cudmore want to salute our grade 9 players, and give a BIG shout-out and thanks, to all the girl’s for their hard work this year.  We’d also like to give thanks to the parents and guardians for all of their support.  Way to go TIGERS!!!


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Thursday – Day 4

Cafeteria:
Homemade Hamburger, Baked Potato Sticks or Veggie Sticks & Dip, with a small milk or juice – $5.75

Band:
A reminder to Grade 8 band students; today is the last day for percussion, bass clarinet and saxophone auditions. Please check the schedule posted outside the band room door, and arrive five minutes before your scheduled audition time.

Athletic fees:
Athletic fees  are due this week. Please take care of this ASAP.

Girls A Soccer:
Reminder to Girls AA Soccer players that we will NOT have practice today. Please remember to confirm with Ms. Neill before Friday if you need a drive to Tuesday’s soccer game against Queen Charlotte, at the Simmons Field.

Girls A Soccer:
Our Girls A Soccer Tigers are taking on Montague in Montague this afternoon in quarter final action.  Go Tigers!!”

Boys A Soccer:
The Boys A Soccer team will play Queen Charlotte today at home at 4:30. Boys are to be on the field by 4pm!

Boys Volleyball:
“There will be a Boys Volleyball practice from 3 until 3:45 today after school (Thursday). Due to the girl’s game at 4:30, the boys have to be out of the gym by 4 oclock at the latest so practice will only be 45 minutes. Come changed and ready to go right after the bell at the end of the day.”

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Wednesday – Day 3

Cafeteria:
Chicken Nuggets, served with Rice or Mashed Potato & Vegetables, small milk or juice included – $5.75 

Athletic fees:
Athletic fees  are due this week. Please take care of this ASAP.

Girls AA Soccer:
The team won their second game in the regular season yesterday, against rivals Birchwood. Maddie Cormier was strong in the net to secure a 1-0 shutout, with the lone goal scored by Sophie Gallant within the first two minutes of play. The girls dominated much of the play, with our defensive line of Addison Schneider, Sonia Perry, Ashlyn Shaw, Lilly Mallett and Leah McEntee creating a solid wall to keep the fast Birchwood strikers at bay. We will celebrate today with a practice on the front field from 3:30-4:30. Great job, girls!

Boys AA Soccer:
The AA boys soccer team scored another victory yesterday winning 2-0 over East Wiltshire.  Playing against a strong wind in the first half, the Tigers carried the play but saw the half end 0-0.  In the second half, the Tigers again carried the play and were rewarded with a penalty kick which was cooly slotted home by Nathan Wheeler to take the lead 1-0.  The second goal came shortly after on a spectacular free kick from Jon Fradsham to Chase Bell who headed home his 4th goal of the season.  Rookies Will Dunn, Nathan Muttart and J’Kobe Smith were key players in the win.  Next game is Thursday at home vs Queen Charlotte.

Boys A Soccer:
Boys A soccer team will practice today at 3:15 in the bowl.

Girls Volleyball Club:
All girls in grades 7-8 who are interested in playing in a volleyball club are asked to sign up on the sheet outside the gym. The first gym time is today at 6:00-7:15. All those who sign up are asked to meet in the gym at morning break for information for your parents.

 

 

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Tuesday – Day 2

Cafeteria:
Soft chicken Taco with Lettuce, Tomato and Cheese, served with Mexican Rice & Corn.  Small milk or juice – $5.75

Retake Photos:
Reminder, this afternoon Lifetouch will be here for those students requesting a retake on pictures.  Please give your name to your homeroom teacher in the morning, then teachers please send those names to the office.

Band:
A reminder to Grade 8 band students – Saxophone, percussion and bass clarinet auditions are being held today at noon. Please check the schedule outside the bandroom and arrive five minutes before your audition time.

Athletic fees:
Athletic fees  are due this week. Please take care of this ASAP.

Cross Country:
The Cross Country team will train today (Tuesday), after school. Everyone meet in the lobby at 3:15 with your masks on.

Girls Field Hockey:
The girls field hockey team played a great game yesterday against Birchwood settling for a 0-0 tie. Kaelyn Doyle had the shut out in net while Jessi Doyle played a solid game on defence and Miah Lawlor controlled the middle of the field. The girls will travel to UPEI for their practice after school.

Boys Volleyball:
The boys volleyball team opens its season today hosting Birchwood at 5:00. There will be no student spectators and 1 parent per player will be welcome in the gym. The doors to the school will be open at 4:20 for parents to enter. God luck boys.

Volleyball:
There is going to be a girls volleyball practice today from 3:00 – 4:15

Girls Grade 7 & 8 Volleyball Club:
All girls in grades 7-8 who are interested in a club volleyball program are asked to sign the sheet in the back gym hallway. The club will meet every Monday and Wednesday in the Stonepark gym. from 6:00-7:15. The first session is tomorrow, Oct. 7. You must sign up by noon tomorrow.

Boys AA Soccer:
The AA Boys soccer team plays at East Wiltshire School today. Game time is 4:30. If any player needs a drive to the game let Mr. Acorn know by lunch time today

Girls AA Soccer:
Girls AA Soccer will play today in the bowl against Birchwood. Girls are asked to please be at the field, ready to warm up at 4 pm.

Girls A Soccer:
Girls A Soccer team is practicing on the front field today from 3 15 until 4:30

 

 

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October Newsletter

Our October newsletter is now available!

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Monday – Day 1

Band Students:
A reminder to Grade 8 band students: Saxophone, Percussion and Bass Clarinet Auditions will be held today during lunch. The audition schedule is posted outside the band room door – please arrive five minutes before your scheduled audition time.

Retake Photos:
Reminder, tomorrow afternoon (Tuesday) Lifetouch will be here for those students requesting a retake on pictures.  Please give your name to your homeroom teacher in the morning, then teachers please send those names to the office.

Cross Country:
The Cross Country team will train tomorrow, (Tuesday), after school. Everyone meet in the lobby at 3:15 with your masks on.

Girls Field Hockey:
Would teachers please excuse members of the girls field hockey team at 2:40 as they need to get changed and catch taxis to Cornwall Turf for their game today at 3:40. All fall sport athletes are reminded to pay their $20.00 athletic fee asap and return permission forms to Mrs. Steele or their coach.

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Friday – Day 6

School Picture Orders:
All school picture orders and money have to be in by Tuesday (October 6, 2020), as the picture orders will be leaving here Wednesday morning.

Off Grounds:
Please do not congregate in large groups, only go in to businesses if you plan on purchasing something and do not bring outside food in to food establishments.  Overcrowding at Tim Horton’s may become a concern to public health…
Also a reminder that going off grounds is a privilege and you are ambassadors for our school….

Girls A Soccer:
The Girls A Soccer Tigers conquered the Birchwood Cobras 4 to 0 yesterday in our bowl.  Jessa Gaudette stood tall in goal collecting the shut out while the Tigers found a balanced attack with improved communication and passing.  Addison Hughes and Avey McGonnell had a goal each and Ella Steele added to the ambush (another name for a pack of tigers) finding the twine twice.  Great job Tigers!!!
Remember, practice on Tuesday after school and you need your own drive to Montague next Thursday.

Girls AA Soccer:
Team pulled off their first win in the regular season last night, against Queen Charlotte. They came back in the second half, after trailing 1-0 in the first half, to win 3-1. Goal scorers were Emma Matheson, off of a beautiful drop kick from Maddie Cormier, Sophie Gallant and Gracie Hogan, after a solid pass from Carly McCarron. Great game, girls! We will celebrate with a practice today, from 3:30-4:30.

 

 

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Cafeteria Menu

Our cafeteria menu of daily specials is now available.

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Thursday – Day 5

Band:
A reminder to Grade 8 band students who are auditioning for saxophone, percussion and bass clarinet: Auditions begin today.  Please check the list of audition times posted outside the band room door and arrive at least 5 minutes before your scheduled time.

Off Grounds:
Please do not congregate in large groups, only go in to businesses if you plan on purchasing something and do not bring outside food in to food establishments. Overcrowding at Tim Horton’s may become a concern to public health… Also a reminder that going off grounds is a privilege and you are ambassadors for our school….

Girls A Soccer:
Girls AA Soccer team will play their first home game in the regular season today, at 4:30, on Heather Avenue Field, against Queen Charlotte. Girls are asked to please be ready to warm up by 4 pm.

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Wednesday – Day 4

Terry Fox:
Our Terry Fox walks will begin tomorrow, Thursday, and continue into Friday. If any student has a donation, please give it to your homeroom teacher today, and s/he will give you a ballot for the draw to win a Terry Fox T-Shirt or a Stonepark Shirt. Teachers, please bring all money and ballots to the main office today after school. We will do the draw tomorrow morning before the first Cohort walks.

Teachers are asked to check the email sent by Mrs. Burry with the walk schedule and the link to the short Terry Fox video called Terry Fox, Anything’s Possible, then go out to the bowl for the Cohort walk.

Orange Shirt Day:
– It’s good to see many students and staff wear an orange shirt today. We are doing this to honour and support our residential school survivors. Orange Shirt Day was started in 2013 by Phyllis Webstad, who attended a residential school in British Columbia in the 1970s. Phyllis was initially excited to go to school and went shopping with her granny to pick out a new outfit for school; she chose a shiny orange shirt. That shirt was taken away from her when she arrived at residential school and was never returned to her. On September 30th Canadians wear an orange shirt to demonstrate the commitment to reconciliation and opening and continuing the dialogue about residential schooling. The slogan for Orange Shirt Day is “Every Child Matters”.

Girls A Soccer:
The Girl’s A soccer Tigers put up a solid effort against East Wiltshire yesterday, but were defeated 3 to 0. Big shout out to Jessa who saved several shots for Stonepark. The team showed a lot of improvement in the second half, as they played more as a Streak (group of tigers) than individuals. The girls will have a short meeting at break time in the gymnasium to discuss tomorrow’s 4:30 game, at home, against Birchwood in the Bowl field.

Girls AA Soccer:
Reminder to the Girls AA soccer team that we will NOT practice after school today. We have a game tomorrow, Thursday at Stonepark. Please be ready to warm up at 4 pm.

Boys A Soccer:
The boys A soccer team lost 4-0 to Queen Charlotte in a fast paced match.  Strong play from rookies Jax Walsh and Kale Stewart, as well as Owen Baird, and keeper Quinn Velasco kept the game close throughout.  Boys will practice next Wednesday.  A reminder to boys to get their $20 athletic fee into the Phys Ed office as soon as possible.

Boys AA Soccer:
The AA boys soccer team started their regular season with a 2-1 victory over Birchwood yesterday.  After a scoreless first half, Chase Bell opened the scoring early in the second half with a well struck free kick.  Birchwood pressed and broke through the Tiger defence a few minutes later to tie the game 1-1.  Strong defending from Nick Neitz, Nathan Wohlgemut and Alex Coady kept the score tied at 1 until the final minutes of the game when Chase sealed the victory with his 3rd goal in 2 games.  The team will practice.

Girls Field Hockey:
The girls field hockey team will practice at UPEI today. Please meet at the back doors ready to leave by 3:10.

Volleyball Tryouts:
Continue today for girls in grade 7 From 3:00-4:30 and grades 8/9 from 4:30-6:00. The boys will continue today from 3:00-4:00 for grade 9 and 4:00-5:00 for 7/8.  7/8 boys will have to leave building at end of the day and return prepared to practice for 4:00.

All fall sport athletes are reminded to hand in a signed permission form to their coach or to Mrs. Steele and their $20.00 athletic fee by Thursday.

 

 

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